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2012 Suzuki GD110

Suzuki unveils newest entry-level motorcycle, the GD100.


With the population of growing number of motorcycle users in the country, Suzuki Philippines Inc—the only integrated motorcycle and automobile company in the country—has recently introduced their entry-level motorcycle—the Suzuki GD110.

The GD110 is powered by a newly designed compact and lightweight four-stroke engine matted with four-speed transmission that provides high-combustion efficiency and enables new rider to shift smoothly on simpler operations.

The bike has a Suzuki PAIR system for lesser emissions, high visibility meters, indicator lamps and round shaped headlamps with park light indicator lamps for enhanced safety and convenience. It also has a spare parts advantage as most parts can be bought piece-by-piece and not per assembly, making Suzuki’s GD110 one of the most anticipated models to date.


Suzuki prices the GD110 at Php 47,900 and comes in Pearlescent Black, Metallic Jade Royal Blue, and Metallic Silk Red.


The Suzuki GD110 is an advanced “commuter bike” that will usher a new level of riding experience, as it comes packed with highly user-friendly features that even first-time motorcycle owners can easily understand.

Suzuki also said the GD110 is perfectly built for Philippine roads with its new cradle-type frame that wraps around the engine and a swing arm with integrated reinforcement that makes it stronger and less prone to twisting.

“We are very optimistic about the launch of the GD110 because we are anticipating it to be one of our sure best sellers. We believe that the GD110 is packed with features that answers the commuting needs of the public—affordability, user-friendliness and durability,” said Mr. Eiji Kobayashi, general manager of motorcycle sales and marketing.


The GD110 is an advanced “commuter bike" from Suzuki


Kobayashi adds, “that their campaign on “Bakit Di Ka Pa Nakamotor” is their mantra for the GD100. We are looking at the first time motorcycle owner market and the shifters—from commuters to riders,” he said.

Suzuki prices the GD110 at Php 47,900 and comes in Pearlescent Black, Metallic Jade Royal Blue, and Metallic Silk Red.



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  1. sir.. maganda ang bagong labas na motor nyo po.. sana magkaruon den po kayo ng unit ng GD 110 na my fuel indicator,, yun po kc ang malimit na tingnan ng mga driver,,,,kahit wala syang electric start para classic ang dating nya.. at least my fuel gauge sya,,

  2. Maganda po ang Suzuki GD110 matipid po sa gas request ko lang po na sana magkaroon ng spare parts dito sa Romblon, Romblon kasi wala pa pong available spare parts dito thanks and God Bless po sa Suzuki Management.

  3. Hirap po mghanap ng piyesa ung bearing sa buttetply. Ung sa manibela po. San po b mkkbili non at mgknu?tnx

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